Our services focus on the international higher education sector and media with professional communications in the native English language.
We cover everything from supporting international student recruitment to providing original materials for specialist publications to raise the research profile of global universities.
Working with Times Higher Education special supplements, we’ve interviewed Russian researchers using brain-computer interaction to help epilepsy sufferers, American scientists fighting malaria in the South Florida swamps and the pioneering quantum physicist and 2018 Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Simmons on creating a super computer using silicon at the University of New South Wales.
For Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) in Norway (previouslyHiOA), we interviewed scientists working on European Union Horizon 2020 funded research projects, such as the multi-country DARE project investigating the attraction of terrorism for young people.
Our news reports and blogs cover everything from the need for effective science communication and universities to make a success of going digital in response to the coronavirus while Nic Mitchell offers tips for coping with self-isolation based on his year fighting cancer in 2015.
We’ve also examined the challenges of growing transnational education (TNE) in South East Asia and the post-Brexit confusion around future UK participation in the EU’s research and mobility programmes as well as looking at predictions that it will take five years for global student mobility to recover from the coronavirus – for University World News.
For the European higher education PR network, EUPRIO, we’ve blogged about the need for closer collaboration between marketing and international offices to boost reputation on the world stage and the need for better auditing of higher education social media activity.
We’ve supported universities in Scandinavia marketing their Bachelor and postgraduate programmes taught in English to foreign students with fresh editorial for websites and printed publications and produced stories on UK students studying abroad.
Our sub-editing team helped Charles University in Prague with English-language publications strengthening their international reputation among students and researchers and provided editorial to promote their annual conferences and workshops around Europe.
Our founder Nic Mitchell won the Outstanding Higher Education Journalism Award from the CIPR) in 2015 for his report for BBC news online on the East to West European brain drain since the fall of Communism.
So, we can turn our skills to almost issue facing international higher education and research. Get in touch if you need our help.